Lori Phelps, PsyD, CATC V

Fall 2015

August 17 – December 16, 2015

Fall 2015 course websites and syllabi will be available for full access on Tuesday, August 18, by 5pm.

You may add these courses through September 8, 2015. Contact Dr. Phelps at lphelps@saddleback.edu to get Add codes.
In the meantime, you may order the texts and download the syllabi below to get an idea of what will be expected in your courses.

We are excited to announce Saddleback’s new Occupational Skills Award. Please see the announcement below for details about this exciting opportunity!

·         HS 181 (INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF EATING DISORDERS) Fall 2015

·         HS 184 (MEDICAL ASPECTS OF EATING DISORDERS) Fall 2015

·         HS 185 (BACKGROUND AND TREATMENT OF EATING DISORDERS) Summer 2015

Required Texts

Handbook of Treatment for Eating Disorders. 1997. Edited by David Garner and Paul Garfinkel.

 

 

Eating Disorders and Obesity: A Comprehensive Handbook. 2002. Edited by Kelly Brownell and Christopher Fairburn.

 

 

You can buy them at the Saddleback Bookstore, or from half.com, amazon.com, gurze.com, Guilford Press

Recommended Text:

American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-5 (5th ed.). Arlington, VA: Author.

Available on Google Play Books for under $20. Click here DSM-5

EATING DISORDERS OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS AWARD

Human Services

Occupational Skills Award – Eating Disorders

Important Notice to Students:

This fall semester, the Human Services Program will be offering an Occupational Skills Award for Eating Disorders. This award requires the completion of the Eating Disorders courses: HS 181-Introduction to Eating Disorders, HS 184 – Medical Aspects of Eating Disorders, and HS 185 – The Background and Treatment of Eating Disorders.

The two courses offered this fall semester are:

HS 181(Ticket #21470)  and HS 184 (Ticket #21475).

We are seeking students to enroll in these courses. Training in the intervention, assessment, and referrals for eating disorders is essential in the field of substance-related disorders, where the disorders are prevalent. The OSA will supplement any of the Human Services certificates.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.

 

Kim Branch-Stewart, MSW, LCSW

Chair and Professor, Human Services Program

Division of Health Sciences and Human Services

Saddleback College

28000 Marguerite Pkwy

Mission Viejo, CA  92692

949-582-4708

kbranchstewart@saddleback.edu

 

If you have questions, contact Dr. Lori Phelps at loriphelps@sbcglobal.net.

There is NO on-campus orientation for these courses. All coursework and examinations are ONLINE.
All orientation information is available via the links below and also on the course website.

 

Main Saddleback College Website

Human Services Department

Blackboard Information and Tutorial Video Clips

Blackboard Student Support Center

Link to Blackboard

 

ACCBC is an affiliate of the

California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators
www.caade.org